This is probably my favorite supper ever. There's just something about eating breakfast at the wrong time of the day that makes it super yummy. Ronnie thinks I'm a bit odd for it. For me it's great memories from my childhood. My grandparents own a little store, and on nights when I would "help close" we would get home late. They got home late every night and supper was usually somewhat fast. Granny and Paw Paw would make breakfast for supper, and we loved it. Paige is definitely my child, loving breakfast foods and always willing to eat it, no matter what time of day.
Around here breakfast is fast during the week. We have cereal or Special K breakfast bars usually. I know, not super healthy, but daycare does serve a good healthy breakfast, so it's mainly Paige's first breakfast to hold her until her second breakfast. (Have I mentioned I'm raising a Hobbit?) Weekends we go all out on breakfast: hash browns, eggs, bacon, sausage, homemade biscuits, pancakes, waffles, grits, omelets. The works. Not all at the same time of course, we do watch our cholesterol. Paige usually picks the breakfast and always requests bacon and grits.
A friend posted about this on Facebook and it started a whole discussion on grits. Another friend admitted to putting syrup on her grits. Now, I must say I was born and raised in the Deep South. The Gulf Coast and the surrounding area has been my home for most of my life. I have never put syrup on my grits, or known anyone who did. Bacon, butter, cheese, yes. Syrup, no. In our house syrup goes on pancakes. I'm wondering if syrup on grits is a Northern thing? How do you eat your grits? Feel free to comment away.
Confession: I don't like butter. Butter to me is yucky. My grits are made with salt, pepper, and crumbled bacon.
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